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Plymouth cars at allpar

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Plymouth muscle cars

Barracuda "A" (1964-69): fine handling
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Barracuda "E" (1970-74): designed for the big Hemi
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Duster, 1970-94: performance bargains
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Duster Sportwagon concept
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Fury, 1955-1974: From performance to family https://www.allpar.com/model/fury.html
Fury, 1975-1989: Plush and police
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1963 Fury
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Plymouth GTX: hot muscle, fine trim
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Prowler: Unique design, aluminum body
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Road Runner: High performance, low price
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Road Runner (late): Still potent
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Satellite: Family cars that could get big Hemis
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Superbird: 180 mph for NASCAR tracks
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Plymouth People
Movers and Sedans


Little Guys,
Imports,
Offshore Plymouth cars


Classic Plymouth cars

The oldest known Plymouth
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1928-30 Model Q and U: the last vestiges of Maxwell
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1955 Belvedere
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Coronado: many cars, same name
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The sensible Plymouths, 1951-1954: the Cambridge, Cranbrook, and Concord
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PA (1931-32): the revolutionary new Plymouth
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1951-64 Savoy - from premium wagons to entry-level sedans
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